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Mallika Sherawat Jalebi
The Mallika Sherawat jalebi is making news waves. Did you know that on June 14, 2011, she was in Mumbai making very hot jalebis? Why? Was she planning to save the world, one jalebi at a time? Has she... -
On our second night in Udaipur, we visited this place called Aapni Dhaani. If you don't have time to visit a small village, here's your chance to get a feel for Rajasthani folk culture. Aapni Dhaani offers camel rides, playground swings,... -
Rabri & Her 3 Sweet Sisters
Rabri (L) and Rabri (R)
Pictures from rulers.org and flonnet.com
India is a country with diversity. We have diverse religions, diverse castes, diverse cultures and diverse traditions that are followed by diverse people... -
Iftar At Md. Ali Road, Mumbai
On Tuesday, we went to Mohammed Ali Road In Mumbai. I'm very fond of the Jama Masjid area in Delhi for it's awesome Mughlai food...Md. Ali Road is its equivalent in Mumbai. We relished some of the best Tandoori fare.
The USP of this place is... -
North Indian Breakfast Menu
North Indian breakfasts are a sumptuous, mouth watering fare that can be surprisingly heavy as well. It usually includes a carbohydrate laden flat bread along with a spicy vegetable, all washed down by a tall glass of lassi or diluted yogurt. Sweets, often in... -
Recipes For Makar Sankranti , Pongal, Lohri And Kichdi Festival
Makar Sankranti is the only festival which is celebrated every year on the same date, January 14. In different parts of India, it is known by different names.
North Indians celebrate it as Makar Sankranti, or Uttarayana. People from Punjab says it Lohri.... -
Diwali Sweets Go Bite-size This Year
Everything is going bite-size these days. Be it the skimpy clothes of the Hooters waitresses , or the Diwali sweets on display this year. Gourmet confectioners in India are building up a brisk business during this festive season,... -
Top 10 Delhi Street Food
The renowned Paranthe Wali Galli of Chandini Chowk, Delhi, is the quintessential example of how much the people of Delhi are ardent and intense street food lovers. From the traditional paranthas to the lip-smacking chaats to the mesmerizing desserts, there is... -
Top 10 North Indian Street Food
From the lip smacking tangy pani puris to the sweet delightful jalebis, from the fresh, hot puris to malai kulfis and faloodas, North Indian street fares can be found everywhere across Indian. Available at half the cost of restaurant... -
Traditional Delicious Sweets From Bihar
There is large variety of sweet delicacies. Unlike Oriya and Bengali sweets which are soaked in syrups made of sugar and are therefore wet, sweets of Bihar are mostly dry.
1.LADOO : Ladoo is an Bihari sweet. Laddu is... -
Iftar Saviors At Jama -masjid!
Here is a glimpse of life around Jama Masjid in the holy month of fasting……RAMADAN!
Awespiring image of Jama -Masjid
Iftaari Marketing is going... -
North Indian Cusine
North Indian cuisine is distinguished by the higher proportion-wise use of dairy products; milk , paneer , ghee (clarified butter ), and yoghurt (yogurt, yoghourt) are all common ingredients. Gravies are... -
Colors & Variations Of Indian Food
Most people think Indian food's all about daal-roti and all sorts of veggies and just different colors of grass.Very few people across the globe know that Indian food is the richest in terms of recipes and dishes with all different regions having their... -
How To Eat Khoujoor - Fried Afghan Pastry
Each day at Kabul is turning out to be a gastronomic adventure of sorts, for instance, today I got to eat Khoujoor for dessert and what a unique dish it was – not too sweet, not too oily, wholesome yet not heavy, and above all a shape... -
Indian Gift Basket Ideas
Indian gift basket is a thoughtful gift for any occasion, be it Diwali, Holi, or Dusshera. It is important to decide your budget before making the basket so that things can be planned accordingly. In case the stuff that you need for the basket is not... -
5 Weirdest Gujarati Snacks
Farsan is the comon term for Gujarati snacks which form the most important ingredient of any Gujarati Thali . The cuisine of Gujarat is strictly vegetarian and offers some fabulously tasty goodies. Though they taste awesome, they do... -
5 Weirdest Pakistani Snacks
Pakistani cuisine shares a very close-knit relation with Indian cuisine which results in major similarities between the Pakistani snacks and their Indian counterparts. From the deep-fried golden samosas to the pakoras and from the chaats to the jalebis, ... -
Indian Sweets Get Innovative This Diwali
This year, Indians will celebrate Diwali with some crackling sweet concoctions, prepared by indulgent and enterprising sweet-makers. So, the diyas (earthen lamps) will be made out of chocolate , marzipan will be used to make ... -
Delicious World Of " Parathas" !!
Paratha is a flatbread that originated in the Indian subcontinent. It is usually made with whole-wheat flour, pan fried in ghee/cooking oil, and often stuffed with vegetables, especially boiled potatoes, radish or cauliflower and/or paneer (Indian... -
Indian Street Savour....
Street food is food obtainable from a street-corner vendor, typically from a make shift or portable stall . While most street foods are regional, many are not, having spread beyond their region of origin. Most street food is... -
North Indian Thali
A North Indian Thali is an assortment of dishes, served in a round plate. The plate will have 3 to 4 compartments in which the dishes are spooned in or dishes are spooned onto small bowls and placed in these compartments. Traditionally, steel plates are... -
Iftari Evening Menu!
Ramadan is an Islamic religious observance that takes place during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, when the Qur'an was revealed. It is considered the most venerated and blessed month of the Islamic year. Prayers, fasting, charity, and... -
Top 10 Diwali Sweets To Make At Home
Think about Diwali and the first thing that comes to mind is mouth-watering sweets. Check out these top 10 Diwali sweets that can be made at home.
How To Plan A Diwali Party?
Here are a few tips on how to plan a Diwali Party . Make the festival of lights a grand celebration with these tips.
Decorate your house with beautiful chandelier, diyas, candles,... -
Hindu Menu Ideas
Hinduism lays great emphasis on food and Hindu menu has more than 400 dishes- no wonder it is referred to as “the kitchen religion". No public, social and religious function is complete without distribution of food,... -
Sikh menu refers to the huge assortment of dishes eaten in Punjab – the northern state of India. Food of this region is highly influenced by ancient Muslim traditional foods, where meat is eaten under specific... -
Top 5 Pakistani Street Food
The conspicuous similarities between Indian and Pakistani cuisines are the proof of how closely the cultures of the two nations are interwoven. Be the mesmerizing dishes from elegant restaurants or the humble street food from the wayside... -
Masterchef Pankaj Bhadouria Does It The Lucknow-style!
This week saw aspiring "Masterchefs" fight it hard to impress two distinguished guests, as they welcomed die-hard-foodie –and-ace-off spinner Harbhajan Singh and Masterchef Pankaj Bhadouria, who with their master challenges completely took out... -
Top 9 Indian Christmas Puddings
Christmas has become a global occasion to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, every year on December 25. It is celebrated by both Christians and non-Christians, with food being the mainstay of the festivities. Indians too celebrate Christmas with great... -
Ramadan, the most auspicious month in the lunar calendar, is the month of fasting for Moslems all over the world. After fasting for more than 12 hours, when you break the fast at sun down, it is time from some splendid Ramdan Food , to satiate your... -
Punjabi Menu has a diverse range of dishes famous for its spicy flavoring. Punjabi cuisines are specialized in variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Wheat is the staple food of Punjab and you can find a variety of tasty dishes prepared of wheat... -
Bengali Wedding Dinner: Spice Of Bengal
SPICE OF BENGAL
With the Bengali wedding season going on Calcuttans have started booking caterers,& planning menus, Bengalis are known for their hospitality. Wedding dinner plays a major part in Bengali weddings. Bengali cuisine is renowned for it’s... -
Top 10 South Indian Street Food
Rice is the quintessential ingredient of South Indian kitchens, and when it comes to the street foods also, the case remains the same. However, it would be more precise if I say that South Indian street food delights display the confluence of dishes from... -
Indian Sweets To Escape Gravity!
Sunita Willams, the record setting space traveler is destined to walk in space again, come July. She along with her Russian & Japanese colleagues will take off from Baikonur Cosmodrome located in Kazakhstan on the 14 th ... -
Basic Indian Cooking Course
Indian food is known for its simple yet hearty flavours and wholesome mix of ingredients. Just like the country, Indian cuisine is vast offering a variety of flavours, textures, ingredients, colors, cooking styles and recipes. ... -
Top Ten Iftar Dishes
Ramadan or Ramzan commences with a month long of self purification rituals which includes the cleansing of the soul, the digestive system and the palate as well. In short, the devout Muslims throughout the world fast from dawn to dusk and eat before the... -
When you think of eating in Bangkok you probably don't think of Indian restaurants, but they for sure are some of the cities' best eateries. In Little India we often have eaten at a small spot called Standard located down a grungy alleyway, but we -